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of state clinton arrived to the peace talks. simon mcgregor-wood also just arrived. simon, what can we expect today? >> reporter: good morning, vinita. as you said, a busy round of talks today for hillary clinton. she's hosting, along with president mubarak, the second round of the newly-launched middle east peace talks. hosting prime minister netanyahu and prison president abbas. as you hinted in your introduction, jewish settlement construction. the crucial issue that the two parties have to get over today before this progress can move forward. the palestinians have said they will walk away if israel's temporary settlement freeze of ten months, which expires on the 26th of this month, are renewed. he and president obama and hillary clinton have been engaged in arm of twisting. it remains to be seen if that hurdle can be overcome today. >> you mentioned this is a two-day meeting. what happens on day two if that happens on day one? >> reporter: today, we rush back to jerusalem, where hillary clinton will arrive later tonight, with a second round of talks with the same characters at the
with the judge. and with ellen and simon gone, too, the big question is who will the next idol be but who is the next judge be? >> reporter: she entered the 8th season over ratings smash virtually unknown. kara diagardi faced criticism as the fourth judge when she joined "american idol." but she quickly proved her credibility and even showed off her fun side. [ music ] >> reporter: and now she follows in the footsteps of simon cowel who departed amid major fan fare in may. and ellen degenereings who announced in july she was leaving after only one season. >> the one and only my dear friend randy jackson. >> and still speculation as to whether or not randy jackson will be back. >> "american idol" needs randy jackson because he is one of the original "american idol" judges. his calm, cool, collected manner works well on "american idol." people love randy as a judge. >> jennifer low pose and stephen -- lopez and steven tyler are rumored to be the next judges. who will be sitting at the judge's table in january? >> jennifer lopez rumor has a lot of basis in reality. she has been on the show
this morning, it is expected to rise. >> simon perez joins us now from bayhill shopping center where the american red cross is set up and simon has already heard of some other reports number-wise on the number of people who have may have died in this. good morning, simon. >> reporter: good morning, john. first report was one, then we heard three and now we're hearing as many as 6 people may have died in this explosion and the fire that followed. you can see from these pictures just how severe the explosion was and the devastating damage that it did to that entire neighborhood. now, of course, once the sun comes up today, the main thing for search crews is to see if there are more bodies. they are going to bring in cadaver dogs to help them with the search because as one official said, there may be nothing left of those bodies if there are any more except ashes. so very difficult job for those crews as they go through today. of course, they are going to try to see what the official count on the number of houses is, as well. i was here last night and it certainly was difficult not only
in her back pocket is the fact that simon cowell had offered her to be one of the judges on the us. edition of "x fact or" that starts next year. she was playing simon cowell against thedu producers of "american idol" saying you know what? if you don't give me the $15 million, i'llo work for simon next year. >> i feel like i'm on tmz/the insider. i finally feel cool. >> heated exchan between the teacher and new jersey governor chris christie. >> if you want to put on a show and giggle every time i talk, i have no interest in answering your question. >> in the end, some teachers came to the governor's defense. we'll tell you why. >> i love that guy! a reporter on the offensive taking on the players andje coaches of the new york jets. what does she have to do with it? that story straight ahead. >> she's covering a soccer game. the challenge jobs. don't tell me about a do a day care full of kids, house chickens. call a day's work. call 1-800-steem [ female annncoper ] food myth #9. [ woman ] chopping and peeling can be kinda relaxing at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relax
are not resolved. simon mcgregor-wood is live in jerusalem with a status report. good morning, simon. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. you're absolutely right. jewish settlements, israeli settlements in the occupied territories dominated the area, secretary clinton's talk sessions in sharm el sheikh. they will likely do so again today. she has a full round of talks with the parties here in jerusalem. israel's temporary settlement slowdown expires on the 26th of september. president abbas of the palestinians says, if israel starts building again, i'm going to walk away from this process. netanyahu says, i have to start some building again. and the real challenge for secretary clinton today is to try to find some sort of magic formula to allow the israelis to build enough to keep them politically satisfied. but not too many homes to force the palestinians to walk away from this fledgling process. so, crucial, so delicately-balanced is the process at the moment, vinita, we understand there's a distinct possibility the two sides might be come to the states, in new york, a summit held by bill clinto
america, in my view. joining us from washington, s h simon rosenberg and doug holtz. simon, i'll begin with you on the political temperature. we'll get to the economics in a second. if you compare how it felt in september of '94 and what it felt like when you went to bed, what it looks like in the paper, and what it looks like now, can you give us a little bit of color? >> it doesn't feel the same, dylan. the difference is in the intervening period, we had a period of conservative government, where the american people learned what it was like to live under a fully conservative nation. everything got worse. and so i think what's difference is the opinion of the republicans are much worse and much more negative than they were in 1994. i think the real question for me is will the republicans really be able to take advantage of what have been clear democratic missteps? so far i don't think either party is where they want to be going into fall elections. >> doug, simon brings up an interesting point. the popularity of democrats falls like a rock. at the same time, when you look at the popul
this morning. simon perez says the incident has left neighbors on edge. simon. >> i was awake at 2:00 a.m. and i just got chills knowing about it. >> reporter: nancy feinberg lives in the berkeley neighborhood where the mountain lion took a stroll before dawn. >> we had absolutely no idea it was a mountain lion. we did not come to the front door. our landlord lives on the bottom floor so we figured if there was anything pertaining to them they would answer the door. we did see officers with flashlights in our backyards. >> reporter: those officers finally tracked the feline down on walnut street and had a tough decision to make. >> it was jumping into community members' backyards. it was dashing up the street. it was going into the playground of a church. there are lots of employees that work overnight in businesses there, restaurants, cleaning and the like. we also considered the homeless that sleep in door ways. we felt it posed a significant if not deadly threat. >> reporter: so the officers shot and killed the animal. >> i feel sad about it. i think they should have shot it with a t
bruno, bracket. >> thank you. >> simon perez joins from us bayhill shopping center a major gathering spot for the evacuees. >> reporter: good morning. you can see behind me the red cross truck is here. they are certainly helping many of those people who had their homes either completely burned to the ground or had a lot of damage done to it. you can see some of the video there. dozens of homes that burned and more that are damaged. one person confirmed dead and dozens hurt. many people taking themselves to the hospital. some with severe burns, others with smoke inhalation, some in nearby hospital, others as far as san francisco. saint francis burn unit was treating some of the people last night. this is going to be a pretty difficult search operation, certainly not rescue but a search operation as cadaver dogs go through some of the rubble this morning. mainly, that's because many of the people if there are any left inside pretty much would have been incinerated. this fire was so hot, i was here last night that it just eliminated the houses almost instantly. you see skeletons, chimne
are built on the west bank. that new construction could begin as early as today. simon mcgregor-wood joins us from jerusalem with the latest. good morning, simon. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. you're absolutely right. the deadline has come and gone. for those settlers who have permits for new homes, we think that's about 2,000 who could if they wanted to start building their new homes today. but we cannot see so far at least an explosion of construction. prime minister netanyahu has urged the settler community here to show restraint. last night despite not being able to extend the freeze, he sent a reassuring message to the palestinians urging president abbas to stay on board the peace process. that will definitely be the message from the u.s. administration. the u.s. wanted to see an extension to the settlement freeze. they didn't get that from the israelis, so they're now trying to frantically cobble together some kind of diplomatic solution that will keep the process alive. good news so far today, the palestinians have not yet walked away. president abbas says he will consult with
, the husband of one of those victims appeared in court. simon perez has our first look at charles rittenhouse. simon. >> reporter: allen, the apparent lone survivor in this case appeared in court today. that is charles rittenhouse who lives in this house behind me here in vallejo. the attorney for the 72-year- old said her client had nothing to do with the murders of his wife and her friend and in fact implied that there may be other suspects out there that the police haven't yet considered. >>> reporter: >> possession of the ingredients to make a destructive device and production of an explosive. >> reporter: 72-year-old charles rittenhouse stood silent before a judge today and let his lawyer do the talking. she said the long-time chemist had no nefarious motives for the depleted uranium found in his house. nonetheless, he remains in jail on charges positive sessing destructive and explosive -- on charges of possessing destructive and explosive devices. >> he is a victim in this case. >> reporter: the attorney excluded her client from having anything to do with the deaths of the two women fo
idol" ever. >> reporter: a revamp for the show without simon. the question is, will it work. we're in studio b discussing the reinvention. joining us are our own "idol," you guys thanks for staying up late and coming in with us tonight. marcus, wake up down there. is that any indication? let's hit it off the bat. j-lo and stoerl, steven tyler, their names have been floated for awhile. is it going to put you to sleep? >> hey, number 1, i resent that. [laughter] >> and i can't even look at genie right now, because if i do, she'll make me laugh. >> why, marcus. >> i think it's going to be okay. i think it will be okay. i'm sure we'll get into some others. >> j-lo? j-lo, marcus, we're talking about "idol" finding talent. j-lo is an amazing woman in the industry, but vocally, she's an entertainer. i want to see her on, you know, "so you think you can dance." "idol"? >> let me let sara jump in here real quick. >> i have to agree with jenny, actually. she looks good, but -- yeah, no, i'm with you, i think they're really going to have to have a lot of chemistry, and someone's going to h
was an absolute blast. you'll see for yourselves later on sunday morning. >> osgood: we'll also remember simon and gar garfunkel's big concert in the park. hear from the man who reorganized the auto industry, consider what's in a name with the fast draw and more. but first here are the headline for this september 19, 2010. last sunday morning of summer. after spending over a year in an iranian jail, sarah shourd is now home. she's one of three american hikers charged with spying after wandering across iran's border. shourd arrived at washington's de los airport this morning. michelle miller has the latest. >> reporter: before leaving the middle east yesterday, sarah shourd thank the arab nation of oman for helping broker her release. >> i will always associate your country with the first breath of my freedom. >> reporter: an ally of both the united states and iran mediated the half million dollar bail that led to shourd's freedom. in her statement shourd made no mention of her time in iran's notorious evan prison but did ask that her fellow hikers not be forgotten. >> please, please extend you
communities, and they have the news that matters to you. i'm actually in the web center with simon landeau, the producer of "where you live" and will show us exactly what we can find when we go to the site. this is news-breaking and very important to people in the metropolitan area. >> reporter: it is, very cool. we're excited to launch the project, 53 communities in d.c., maryland, virginia. you go to 9 news now website and you will see on the main page can where it says "where you live." you can click the "change" button and you will see the local virginia, maryland, and d.c. communities and when you see one that you live in, click right there. we'll go columbia heights because i live near columbia heights. i'll redirect you to the main page with all your local news and videos, blogs, and everything that you need to know, right there. >> now, it's important to let our viewers know that they actually can put information on this site. >> reporter: sure. >> if you belong to a religious temple or church or a community organization, a non- profit organization, a community organization, y
ivanovic. venus williams, and rafa nadal against jill simon. that's all tomorrow here on cbs. bill: that is an absolutely great return for clement. john: mardy fish hit the serve he wanted. it was slicing away from the dim intough clement but he cut that angle off beautifully. jim: this is is the side that fish lost his serve on in this set. last time he played over there. played a shaky game. john: he's better able to power through on this side theans against the wind that clement and this may save him. big serve there. jim: fish taking more time this game atlanta the last service game. >> fault. jim: that's a result to have score, i think. if he's up 30-0 he's trying to hustle to the finish line but now at 15-30 i think he's going to slow things down, try and shift that momentum. that was a poor miss on the forehand. he needs some first serves, i think. he's going to need some short balls off that serve that he can rip. bill: 30-30. john: he's saying now he has some confidence in that serve. he can power right in the middle of the court and set himself up. and that's the low part
off tonight. our poll released three weeks ago shows fee rena -- fiorina leading. simon peres has more. >> reporter: job creator or job creator? senate slacker or senate work horse? those were some of the accusations thrown back and forth incumbent barbara boxer and her challenger, carly fee fiorina right here in the debate tonight. they started off joining hands. soon after, they separated like oil and water. they clashed on the records they have and who could create the most jobs. >> she called this bill disgraceful. i will tell you why i don't think she likes it because she wayed for the bill. it was definite newt neutral because we paid for it by stopping tax breaks for companies who ship jobs overseas. >> to create jobs, we need to make sure in particular our small businesses, our family- owned businesses, our innovators and entrepreneurs are freed from strangling regulation and freed from taxation. >> i'm in the united states senate? why? because i fight for people because i feet for the -- fight the dream. every time i run, i have a tough ride on my hands and people have to deci
today. simon perez was there. >> possessions of ingredients to make a device. >> reporter: he stood silent before a judge. the she said he had no bad motives november the depleted uranium. he remains in jail on charges of possession explosive devices. >> i don't think he has done anything wrong. he is a victim. >> reporter: the attorney excluded him from having anything to do with the deaths of the two women found at his house. his wife and her friend. >> he had been there the night before and on tuesday he went to work and i can tell through were no bodies monday night. i believe they were just put there that day, tuesday the day of his arrest. >> reporter: remember rita, his wife, was last seen august 25th and he didn't report her missing until the following sunday. >> wait five-days to report her missing? >> you know he and his wife had different work schedules and it wasn't unusual to go days without seeing eacho. because of the fact that he would always take her car she would leave the car ate friend's house. >> reporter: the attorney suspects the man who lived with them of
film in 10 years, an unusual love story. anna and simon have been together forever, it seems, but then she meets another man. simon falls in love, too, with the same man that she falls for. >> what you never lose is the curiosity and longing and it urges. they don't go away, but somehow we are not supposed to have them, because we always have to have everything under control. that is a contradiction we have to live with as adults. that is the only thing that drives the plot of the film. the fact that it ignores that convention. >> this is the third time he has had a film and competition at the venice. 12 years ago he was here for the first time. the low-budget production became and into a national art house hit and. german film making back on the world map. -- and put german filmmaking back on the world map. "3" marks a return to the native germany and also his native language. >> working in english, i would never be able to catch the nuances of language that give its humor. just a couple words said in a different accent. that is why i don't think i could ever move to another
to our correspondent simon and asked about the problems the cdu is facing. >> you could call it an identity crisis. it has been overshadowed about protests and debate about what they really stand for, and the main problem is that many conservatives within the party feel after 10 years of angela merkel at the helm that they are no longer properly represented by the party. angela merkel, of course, in that time has moved her party much further to the left. in winning those new center ground voters, she has left many conservatives behind, and, incidentally, they are not likely to be that impressed by this decision today to abandon compulsory military service, but there is also this work going around that someone might be tempted to set up a new political party to the right of the christian democrats. polls suggest that could get some support, and if that happens, that could be a big headache for angela merkel. the cdu has its conservative credentials intact. >> and that was simon speaking to us earlier. and there is a situation involving controversial comments made about muslims
for chancellor merkle. we asked simon young how well she did. >> this was a very combative angela merkle we saw today. she vigorously defended her government's record. she said they had been focused on dealing with the financial crisis, reducing the deficit. she said that her main focus was the -- to get the german economy on a firm footing for the future. she was very harshly attacked by the opposition, but fought back and said that the opposition parties have not solved the problems when they had the chance. this certainly is a relaunched, more robust angelo merkle we are seeing. the question is will it last. >> how serious are the difficulties the governing coalition is facing at the moment? >> they have a number of problems. chief among them perhaps is the decision to extend the life of germany's nuclear power plants. it is a very unpopular decision was criticized by opposition parties today, saying that the government had simply keeled over to pressure from the energy companies. indeed, putting through their whole program of spending cuts, which the opposition criticizes as targeting the w
, brown made light of his past, simon fresh shows us whitman compared her opponent to a vampire. >> putting gerry brown in charge of negotiating with labor unions around pensions, around how many people we have in the state government is like putting count dracula in charge of the blood bank. >> she was very aggressive. >> i have a wife, i come home at night i don't try to close down the bars of sacramento like when i was governor of california. >> i thought gerry was funny. >> reporter: the over riding theme of this debate held here on uc davis campus was how to break through the grid lock in sacramento. gerry brown says political experience. meg whitman says that is the problem. >> i have done eight budgets, most on time one was late by a week or two nothing like this mess. i know how to do it i have the will power independence. >> he will bring people together and it will be a meeting of special interests and unions there to collect ious. we have to put a sign on california that once again says open for business. i want to do targeted tax cuts, eliminate factory tax this is a
and palestinian president abbas at the white house. simon mcgregor-wood is joining us from jerusalem with some of the sticking points. hi, simon. >> reporter: good morning, rob. it's taken almost 20 months of diplomatic arm-twisting. but today, the two sides are finally due to sit down and talk face-to-face. a peace agreement to end this decades-long conflict in one year. that's their goal. very ambitious. but last night, as the protagonists gathered for dinner at the white house, there were fine words and lots of optimism. >> after nearly two years, israelis and palestinians will resume direct talks in pursuit of a goal that we all share. two states, israel and palestine, living side-by-side, in peace and security. >> we must learn to live together, to live next to one another, and with one another. and it is up to us, with the help of our friends, to conclude the agonizing conflict between our peoples and to afford them a new beginning. >> reporter: but there are lots of potential pitfalls. the issues have defeated all previous attempts to solve them. what to do about jewish settleme settlem
accused of spying. simon perez at uc-berkeley and what may be behind this sudden move. simon. >> reporter: well, allen, the families are really taking a wait-and-see attitude with this announcement. they don't want to get their hopes up too high too soon. >>> reporter: the iranian government has confirmed its plan to release 31-year-old sarah shourd, who has been kept in solitary confinement for more than a year. sarah's mother norah didn't walk to talk to the media as she left her sister's home in berkeley today. one of the people with her was carrying a suitcase apparently signaling norah's intent to fly east to meet up with her daughter. these are pictures from may when the mothers of the berkeley students were allowed to visit them in tehran. the former students say they were hiking in the mountains of northern iraq last summer when they may have inadvertently crossed the border into iran. they have been held captive ever since accused of spying. the iranian government says the release coincides with the end of ramadan and fulfills a custom of clemency during the holiday. the iranian
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year. >>> the pipeline explosion has certainly put pg&e's reputation on the line. simon perez shows us how the utility is handling all the attention, the scrutiny and the questions. simon. >> reporter: allen, as you might imagine, how a company handling a big crisis lining this can really have long- lasting effects. and it appears that up to this point, pg&e is following the crisis management playbook. >>> reporter: last thursday's deadly explosion and fire in san bruno had all the makings of much more than a disaster for the neighborhood. it was also a potential disaster for pg&e, the company responsible for the pipeline. form the lating the correct response to a -- formulating the correct response to a crisis like this is critical. >> you need to show that you know the magnitude of the tragedy. >> reporter: he says pg&e has done several things right. for one, on the very night of the explosion, pg&e said if it was at fault, it would take responsibility. >> it will in its word -- this is quoted now, will take accountability if it was found to be responsible for the explosion. >> it's
will ultimately be on the city. simon perez on what city leaders are discussing at a special meeting tonight. simon. >> reporter: the city council is in special session right now to formalize the emergency declaration in the aftermath of that fire and explosion one week ago today. the city of san bruno is on the hook for big expenses and the emergency declaration helps the city apply for aid from the state and from the federal government. there is lots to pay for, all the firefighters who battle the blaze for hours. the police officers, who continue to protect the incinerated neighborhood from looters. then comes the infrastructure repair, the pavement, sidewalks. also, the city may be involved in the toxic clean-up as the fire leaves behind ashes contaminated with metals from batteries, asbestos from insulation and pesticides. all those potential costs come as the city is facing a nearly $2 million budget deficit for this year. last year, the city had to make cuts to the fire department to balance the budget then. so certainly no time to be coming up with these extra expenses as the city is
and the case remains unsolved. simon perez tells us police hope that a big reward now being offered will lead to some fresh clues. simon. >> reporter: allen, it was a year ago today that tiburon had its first murder in four decades. it happened in the house behind me. it has been a year but the case hasn't been solved yet. and with each passing day, it's less likely it will be. >>> reporter: joan rosenthal was 75 years old when someone shot her in the head and killed her. investigators scoured her tiburon neighborhood for days searching for clues. >> the marin county sheriff's office has led the investigation. they put in over 4,000 hours. >> reporter: but as of today, nothing. >> frankly, we're running out of leads. >> reporter: former prosecutor and current defense attorney bill fazio says time is an investigator's enemy. >> when it starts getting over five or six months and there is no defined reason as to the motive, then it gets stale quickly. >> reporter: that means? >> it means that there's really nothing more that the police can do. >> reporter: investigators have followed the usual p
in the blast. meanwhile today, crews began the assault on a major health concern in the disaster zone. simon perez shows us what they are doing about it. simon. >> reporter: juliette, the clean-up begins in earnest tomorrow. today's crews tried to make sure no one gets sick from what's lef of the incinerated neighborhood. >>> reporter: san mateo county work crews bustled around the site of the san bruno explosion and fire preparing for the heavy lifting scheduled to begin tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m. >> tomorrow morning we are going to start removing vehicles and we are going to be going onto properties that have signed up for the program and basically removing the ash and debris. >> reporter: there are plenty of car carcasses to remove, frames stuck on the street just where they were when the fire began. as far as the homes, everything will be taken away, walls, chimneys, pipes, everything, so the home owner will be returned a clean lot when the county is finished. be county health officials are concerned about toxic dust being spread by the continuing wind. >> there is material in there s
tonight, and some voices are warning of a possible new war there. simon mcgregor-wood is in jerusalem. simon, good evening to you. >> reporter: good evening, dan. that's right, the deadline you referred to is israel's temporary freeze on new construction in jewish settlements. jewish settlements, don't forget, built on land that palestinians want for their state. that's why this is such a crucial issue. the deadline has passed. that temporary freeze has now expired. and there is still no sign of a compromise deal. the palestinians say no building freeze, no talks. the israelis say that's an unacceptable precondition. netanyahu to extend the freeze has been intense. >> we believe the moratorium should be extended. >> reporter: but so is the pressure on palestinian president abbas not to walk away. on saturday, he said israel had a choice between settlements and peace. with arab leaders before in jewish settlements today, there was little sign of compromise. here, a ceremony for a new kindergarten. despite the obvious symbolism here, there's a determination to start building again. and
. but... he was not arresed for murder... rather - possession of explosives. simon perez explains. * sot* simon perez/vallejo the >> reporter: remember, rita allen was last seen august 25, didn't report her missing until the following sunday. >> how did he wait five days to report his wife missing? >> he and his wife had very different work schedules and it wasn't uncommon for them to go several days without seeing each other and he would always fill his wife's car, his wife would leave his car at a friend's house. >> reporter: the man who suspected the man living with them off and on for years may have been responsible for the murders. or it may have been another couple. >> it was a couple that had been living in their house for a while and apparently involved in criminal activities and at some point, mr. riten house demanded they leave the house. at that time, one of the couple made a threat. >> reporter: police investigators aren't buying the attorney's story. for one, they say if someone dumped dead bodies in the home, how come riten house didn't say anything to them about that? >>
, dave wellers. >> jim par sons, john gulekki and simon helberg have made geek chic. she's the gorgeous girl next door. >> cool is personified. >> so cool, season three brought a best actor emmy for par sons a maxim magazine photo shoot for her and a people's choice award for the cast. >> i love you all. >> reporter: by the time they hit comican in july, 125,000 science fiction fans greeted them like rock stars. >> it's the most viewers in one place that i've ever been exposed to at the same time. i get a little claustrophobic, if i'm being frank bit. >> you guys show up and you're like -- it's like the beatles showing up. >> all of us work out with our iphones like videotaping it, send it home, like these people really like us. >> girl jumped in between and grabbed my hair. >> you're serious someone pulled your hair? >> yeah. >> were you excited or scared orbit. >> i was kind of giddy and pretend i was -- i told my wife, craziness out there annoying some girl jumped, pulled my hair, you know, i had to lay down for a while, yeah. [ laughter ] as sheldon, par sons gets to feel the geek l
're urging neighbors to do. >> dan simon for us this morning in san bruno. we'll get back to you throughout the morning. dan, thank you so much. working all night on this story. no cause of the initial explosion has yet to be determined, it would seem pretty obvious a gas line rupture is to blame for the ensuing fire. >> there are a lot of questions as to whether or not there were complaints about a gas smell and whether or not those complaints were properly addressed. there are team who live in that neighborhood who say they had reported the smell of gas three weeks ago. >> it started around three weeks ago in my neighborhood. pg&e had came out. i was working in my garage. they told me to shut the garage, shut the door that was there heavy strong smell of gases. but the real heavy smell was right down the street at the next stop sign. every day after work i would smell it coming from the gutter and sue esewer. >> from what you know what did pg&e do? how long was the smell going on? what did they tell you to do? >> they told us nothing. i don't know how anybody cannot repair a smell like th
, this is the story of the day. simon cowell left "american idol" to go to a new talent show called "the x factor" over in the uk. these two teenage girls get onstage, abby and lisa, doing their rendition of their song. and apparently they start off sweet, happy to be here, living the dream, blah, blah, blah. things get nasty as the performance goes on. take a look at how things progressed on this new show. ♪ ♪ i'm not here to let your love go ♪ ♪ i'm not giving up oh no >> your singing is not great, girls. >> who are you? ♪ i'm going to get in trouble, i'm going to start a fight ♪ >> all right, let's recap that little nugget. first of all, the girl says to her, who are you? that was actually singer natalie imbruglia, who had a big hit a couple of years ago. decks her while walking offstage. the other girl flips the audience the bird. these obviously were not the most dainty women. >> no, this is kind of like "jerry springer" meets "jersey shore." you know who's loving it all. >> simon cowell. lots of controversy, lots of money in the bank. you have the worst attitude of any contestan
chairs. kara joined, paula left, ellen arrived, now simon, ellen, and kara are gone. the last man standing? randy jackson. >> i'm going to honestly, honestly miss you. it's been a blast. thank you. >> reporter: the big question, can "idol" ever again find the right mix? especially after losing their sharp-tongued standout. simon cowell is launching his own show on fox. >> without simon it's like "the ellen show" without ellen. it's weird. it will limp along. hopefully, it will find new chemistry that will make it relevant for the next generation. >> reporter: whatever they decide, they better do it soon. callbacks start in a couple of weeks. for "good morning america," jeremy hubbard, abc news, new york. >> and if they want steven tyler, they have to lay out the bread. >> and j. lo. elton john. steven perry. a lot of star power there. >> like weekend "gma." >>> another horrific acid attack leaves a woman severely burned. was it a copycat crime? we'll talk to an expert. here, take the card. you go to the shops... i'll meet you at the gate. thanks. please remove all metal objects ou
the hour now. i want to tell you about an, yog man, a young muslim man, 23 years old, simon humdati, pakistani american, emt, going to medical school. he saw the twin towers burning and he was on his way to work. he took a deur and went to the north tower. he wanted to help out. wanted to help save lives. he didn't make it out alive. before his remains were identified, his absence was questioned based on his muslim faith. people wondered if he was dead or if he was hiding. six months later, his name was cleared. his mother has become a bit of a victim herself. she has received hate mail for being muslim and for her support of the planned mosque near grnd zero. she is here to remember her son ande talk about what she has ben going through the past nine years. i was asking you during the commercial break, did you goy i a ceremony today or have you gone to them in the past. it is not really something you are fond of doing, going to a lot of these memorial ceremonies. >> thank you for having me, t.j. i went to the first anniversary, which was in 2002.ee since then, i haven't been there
's dan simon is live from san bruno's city hall. dan, i kn you oke with the lieutenant gover,nor maldonado, who is the acting governor whil governor schwarzenegger is overseas. what did he say? >> fred, first of all, we are at san bruno city hall. we're expecting a press conference in about 30 minutes with the lieutenant governor as well as california senator barbara boxer. we believe they'll talk about some of the federal efforts under way to help some of those devastat by this explosion in san bruno. on the things that lieutenant governor abel maldonado sai is he's frustrat frustrated about the 18 months estimated f for the investigati. he just doesn't understand why it would take otthat lo ng to g to the bottom of this incident. meanwhile, we know that residents are still not allowed back in. obviously a lot of frustration with that, as we have been reporting, four people dead from this explosion, including a 44-year-old mother and her daughter. jack we lien grig, the 44-year-old, she actually worked for the californias utilities commission. again, we're still trying to ge
simon, ellen and kara are now gone. the last man standing, randy jackson. >> i'm going to honestly, honestly miss you. it has been a blast. thank you. >> reporter: the big question, can "idol" ever again find the right mix, especially after losing their sharp-tongued standout? simon cowell is launching his own talent show "the x factor" on fox. >> "american idol" without simon is the >>> making news on this monday, september 6th. >> it's the economy. president obama will outline his plans to jump start job growth. is it too little, too late for the democrats. >>> censoring adult services. craigslist bans adult ads but will have an impact on adult -- >> was steven slater fired from jetblue or did he quit? >>> good morning, everybody. happy labor day, of course. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm mike marusarz sitting in for vinita nair. as americans mark this labor day, president obama celebrates with union workers in wisconsin. >> it's the beginning of a renewed focus on the nation's sagging economy from the white house and it comes just weeks from the crucial midterm elections. emily schm
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